Designed for the professional or parent to help children avoid early school failure. The early chapters discuss the many factors involved in the reading process, including perceptual-motor development, vision, sequential and simultaneous processing and laterality/directionality. The majority of the book is devoted to activities that will help give children the necessary perceptual-motor skills needed to succeed in school. Activities are divided into eight categories: motor, visual motor, ocular motor, vision, laterality, directionality, sequential processing and simultaneous processing. Over 630 activities are described in the book. A list of equipment is also included. Softbound, 333 pages.